October 29, 2013

"Glitch Girl" Abandons ObamaCare Website

Unknown ACA Covergirl Last Seen With Max Headroom

WASHINGTON D.C. (Rhodes Media Services) -- The smiling face that has become synonymous with the most fantastic Web site roll out disaster in history has inexplicably disappeared from the catastrophically plagued Affordable Care Act (ACA) Web page.

The woman's identity remains a closely guarded secret, although sources close to Rhodes Media Services say there may be clues hidden in the NSA documents leaked by Edward Snowden.

Some of the "best and brightest" who have been brought in to untangle the Christmas light bolus that is the ACA Web site said they have seen the ObamaCare covergirl--nicknamed "Glitch Girl"--over the past couple weeks only fleetingly, but they confess her demeanor and personal appearance have deteriorated considerably.

"Oh, yeah, I totally saw her sitting in a corner, weeping, with an empty bottle of Boone's Farm clutched in her hand," said Jeffrey Chihuk, a recent computer science graduate from Scranton Community College, who has been updating the Blogger front end code for the ACA site. "A girl programmer I know said she saw her balled up in the fetal position in the girl's shower room."

Another programmer, who was working his way through a 12-pack of Mountain Dew and several Red Bulls said he could have sworn he saw "Glitch Girl" making out with 80s technology icon Max Headroom, but he admitted he may have been hallucinating because he hasn't slept in three weeks.

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